Seward County Community College/Area Technical School works on various automotive problems throughout the school year for members of the community, college staff and students. If you are having problems with your car check with us and see if we can help and possibly save you a little money. Contact George McNitt, Brian Fowler, and Justin Roberts to find out our schedule of repairs. Below, Keisha Clinesmith of Hugoton attends the high school Automotive Technical program.

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School traveled to the 12th Annual Oklahoma Motorcycle Show in Oklahoma City recently and returned with a third-place Best of Class for its student-designed motorcycle. The Custom Chopper was built during the 2006-07 school year in Machine Tool Technology, Welding Technology, Auto Body/Collision Repair and Automotive Technology. Manny Castilleja of Satanta works on the motorcycle with instructor Butch Garst in Machine Tool Technology.

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School is partnering with University of Kansas Continuing Education, the KU Alumni Association, and the Dole Institute of Politics to present broadcasts of a series of free programs to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth.
The next program is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 3 in the Student Activities Center, SW229 C&D. The program is entitled “A. Lincoln” and the featured speaker is Ronald C. White Jr.
The final in the series is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 10, in the Student Activities Center, S214EW. The program is called “Lincoln’s Challenging 1864 Re-election Campaign” and will feature Jennifer L. Weber.
For more information about the series or the speakers, visit
Seward County Community College/Area Technical School will offer to course on its challenge course beginning in March.
Outdoor Challenge Ropes course will be offered from 8-9:20 a.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 10-May 14. Students will learn facilitation and operation of a challenge course.
Beginning Technical Rock Climbing will be offered from 9:30-10:50 a.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, March 10-May 14. The course includes a rock-climbing trip to the Wichita Mountains in Lawton, Oklahoma, May 1-3. Students will learn anchor systems, climbing techniques, climbing site management and climbing knots.
For information, contact Greg Scruggs, 620-417-15665 or

Three students successfully completed the seven-week Truck Driving Course at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School recently.
Students included Carlos Estrada, Dodge City; Thomas Nelson, Liberal and Calvin Button, Kismet.
The next Truck Driving Course will run March 2-April 17. This seven-week course will meet from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday. In addition, students will complete one Saturday for a CDL Seminar, one Saturday for a DDC Seminar and one Saturday for a CPR/First Aid.
The cost is $480 tuition, $859 applied course fee, $100 fuel charge, plus books and incidentals.
For information, call Mike McClure, 620-417-1695 or email To enroll, visit the SCCC/ATS technical campus at 2215 N. Kansas, Liberal, Kansas.

The Seward County Community College Development Foundation will host its annual meeting of the Board of Governors, 11:30 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 25, in the Student Activities Center, SW229CD, Seward County Community College/Area Technical School, 1801 N. Kansas, Liberal.
The board of governors meets once a year and is comprised of contributors to the foundation.
To make reservations for lunch, call Tammy Doll, director of development, 620-417-1131.

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School is a winner in the National Council of Instructional Administrators 20th Annual Exemplary Initiatives Competition.
SCCC/ATS won the Curriculum Innovation Division for “Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide: Changing Campus Culture by Assessing Writing Across the Curriculum.”
The winning entry, an article describing the SCCC/ATS Writing Assessment Process, was submitted by English Instructors Bill McGlothing and Dale Doll. The process, which McGlothing and Doll lead, encourages instructors in all departments to work with their students to effectively communicate ideas clearly and proficiently in writing, appropriately adjusting content and arrangement for varying audiences, purposes, and situations.
Over the last four years, this process has steadily increased faculty interest and participation in assessing and improving student writing.
SCCC/ATS will be recognized at NCIA’s Sixth Academy for Instructional Administrators in April.
Other categories recognized by NCIA were Organizational Change, Responding to Community Needs, Student Retention and Success and Workforce Development.

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School is partnering with University of Kansas Continuing Education, the KU Alumni Association, and the Dole Institute of Politics to present broadcasts of a series of four free programs to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth.
The next program is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 17 in the Student Activities Center, SW229 C/D. The program is “Lincoln: A Life” and will feature Michael Burlingame.
The final two programs will be
Tuesday, March 3, 7:30 p.m.: “A. Lincoln”
Featured Speaker: Ronald C. White, Jr.
Room: Student Activities Center, SW 229 C&D
Tuesday, March 10, 7:30 p.m.: “Lincoln’s Challenging 1864 Re-election Campaign”
Featured Speaker: Jennifer L. Weber
Room: Student Activities Center, S214EW
For more information about the series or the speakers, visit

The Seward County Community College/Area Technical School Visual Arts Program is offering a free digital photography workshop on Saturday, February 28, from 10 a.m. to noon in the Shank Humanities Building theater. The workshop is free to students and community members.
Presenters will cover a variety of topics from basic camera operation to tips for taking better photos. Participants should bring their cameras so that they can participate in hands-on activities. Although the workshop is designed for the beginning digital photographer, anyone with an interest in photography should find the workshop helpful.
If you want to participate, please call Terri Barnes at 620-417-1451 or email her at to make a reservation.

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School is developing information to be used in the institutional strategic plan. An important part of that plan is to determine the public perceptions, use, and relationship with SCCC/ATS. A short survey has been developed and is accessible through the SCCC/ATS website. The time to complete the survey is estimated at less than 15 minutes. Individuals are encouraged to visit the website, click on the survey link and spend a few minutes responding to the questions.
The information obtained from the survey will be used to help establish important aspects of improving SCCC/ATS. The survey is completely confidential and the questions simply request the opinion or perspective of SCCC/ATS services, programs, and operations.
If you do not have access to the internet and would like to complete the survey, contact the college at 620.624.1951 to request a paper copy of the survey. One will be mailed to you for your convenience.
This is your opportunity to assist in the improvement process at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School. A few minutes of your time will be very helpful in planning and developing the activities, programs, and services at SCCC/ATS in years to come. Access the survey at The survey will be available until March 6, 2009.

There’s a new collaboration under way at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School, offering significant assistance to Southwest Kansas entrepreneurs who want to start or succeed in business.
The Kansas Small Business Development Center, SCCC/ATS and Garden City Community College recently signed an agreement to open a KSBDC Outreach Center in Liberal. The agreement will place a full-time small business consultant at the technical school facilities on the SCCC/ATS campus to work with new and existing businesses. The center is also looking for a development consultant to serve in the Liberal area.
Dr. Duane Dunn, president of SCCC/ATS indicated the potential for economic growth and new business development will be enhanced through this arrangement. “The vast majority of American businesses begin with an entrepreneurial idea and a small business concept. ;KSBDC assistance will enable area entrepreneurs implement their ideas into a successful business.”
The City of Liberal has also committed to the partnership as a cost-share partner with the college. A percentage of the operational costs have been authorized by the City Commission and City Manager Mark Hall toward the outreach center operations. “This is another aspect of the effective partnership,” Dunn stated, “The city will benefit from stronger business climate which brings in more customers, additional business growth, and resulting revenue.”
“This is a wise use of taxpayer dollars,” said KSBDC Regional Director Pat Veesart, Garden City.
“Through this agreement,” Veesart explained, “we’re able to increase service to the Liberal area by leveraging funds from different resources and using the regional center at GCCC as the employer of the new consultant.”
“What this does,” the regional director added, “is let us place a consultant in Liberal for less than half of what it would cost to start another full center.” Administrative duties will stay at the regional center in Garden City, freeing the new outreach consultant’s time to serve more clients in Seward and nearby counties.
Since 1991, when the regional center for Southwest Kansas opened in Garden City, there has been a maximum of just two people available to offer small business consulting in the facility’s 22-county service area.
“We’ve been spread pretty thin for a long time and we have a large area to cover, nearly 19,000 square miles,” Veesart said, “so clients sometimes have had to wait four weeks or more to get an appointment. Having an outreach location in Liberal will solve that problem, and provide much better service in the Liberal area.”

“I’m pleased that the KSBDC will have an outreach center in Liberal soon, which will help provide a needed resource in the community,” said Cris Garza, branch manager with the First National Bank of Liberal.
“Liberal has been growing in small business and has full potential for attracting more business, especially with support from agencies such as the KSBDC,” Garza added. “I have worked with Pat Veesart, from the local agency in Garden City, and that has helped in establishing the kinds of workshops and education necessary to meet future market needs in the area.”
Now, the search is on for an outreach center consultant to be based at SCCC/ATS.
“What we’re looking for is someone who likes a challenge, works independently and has a good sense for business,” Veesart said. “Ideally, we would like to hire a bilingual consultant with a business background.”
The person based on the SCCC/ATS campus will be providing consulting to individual clients in business planning, finance, marketing and management, and assisting them in building business plans, making financial projections, analyzing cash flow and developing marketing plans.
Depending on the client, the consultant may also advise on human resources, patent and trademark processes or in additional areas. In addition, he or she will set up training seminars, conduct presentations, take part in networking events and handle related responsibilities.
Veesart said the full position description is posted at, and an online application is available there. The number for the regional center is 620-276-9632.

The center at GCCC is one in a series of statewide sites in the KSBDC network, which operates with the slogan “Growing Kansas Entrepreneurs.” To meet that goal, the centers assist established firms, growth companies and start-up enterprises in meeting today’s business challenges. The KSBDC center is Garden City serves as a regional resource and support center for the small business person.
Any individual interested in starting or growing a small business may receive assistance from the KSBDC. There are no charges associated with the comprehensive, individual one-on-one counseling. Fees may be charged for training courses, though such courses are not required.
In addition to Seward County, the regional center serves Clark, Comanche, Edwards, Finney, Ford, Grant, Gray, Greeley, Hamilton, Haskell, Hodgeman, Kearny, Kiowa, Lane, Meade, Morton, Ness, Scott, Stanton, Stevens and Wichita Counties.
Garza cited the KSBDC’s assistance programs and close involvement with people from the community and First National Bank of Liberal in helping local business men and women accomplish their goals for growth.
“This will help make a difference in meeting the increasing needs that local business men and women have for resources, and enables them to manage and maintain growth in their enterprises more efficiently,” Garza added, “especially with today’s challenges in the marketplace.”
Seward County Community College/Area Technical School has named its fall 2008 semester President’s Honor Roll, Dean’s Honor Roll and Part-time Dean’s Honor Roll.
Students who complete at least 15 credit hours in courses numbered 100 and above and maintain a grade point average of 4.0 shall be eligible for the President’s Honor Roll.
Callie Mosburg Alva, OK
Cory Bransgrove Balko, OK
Bailey Crandall Deerfield, KS
Debora Harrold Denair, CA
Elizabeth Ginther Dodge City, KS
Nikki White Elkhart, KS
Tanner Woods Follett, TX
Matthew Artho Guymon, OK
Juan Cerda Guymon, OK
Rebecca Bird Kismet, KS
Katelyn Karney La Junta, CO
Rosa Campos Liberal, KS
Corey Collins Liberal, KS
Miguel Esparza Liberal, KS
Lisa Fehr Liberal, KS
Karol Gruszecki Liberal, KS
Sherrie Harrison Liberal, KS
Stephanie Jacquez Liberal, KS
Julian Martinez Liberal, KS
Steven Olds Liberal, KS
Joanne Oliphant Liberal, KS
Sergio Padilla Liberal, KS
Martin Rosales Liberal, KS
Angela Schaffer Liberal, KS
Kimberly Siroky Liberal, KS
Kristen Walter Liberal, KS
Shayla Weatherby Liberal, KS
Fabiola Wisnesky Liberal, KS
Trenton Yeary Liberal, KS
Emmanuel Zapien Liberal, KS
Melissa Isaac Meade, KS
Mariana Matias Mogi Das Cruzes, Brazil
Alessandra Micillo Mogi das Cruzes, Brazil
Tamren Hensley Perryton, TX
DeWayne Collins Plains, KS
Jonathan Webster Protection, KS
Karen Brown Republic, KS
Jett Eder Sharon Springs, KS
Jordan Eder Sharon Springs, KS
Ivan Michelli Sorocaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sheila Moffett Springfield, CO
Lisa Friesen Sublette, KS
Virginia Loewen Sublette, KS
Shaley Thomas Tyrone, OK
Ruby De Herrera Ulysses, KS
Chelsea Gray Ulysses, KS
Rey Lujan Ulysses, KS
The Dean’s Honor Roll recognizes those students who maintained a 3.5 or greater grade point average and completed at least 12 credit hours in courses numbered 100 or above.
Karla Ortiz Adams, OK
Shelby Casey Amarillo, TX
Raegan Broadie Ashland, KS
Cindy Madsen Beaver, OK
Kalee Goodson Beaver, OK
Amanda Moran Bison, KS
Courtney Hopkins Colorado Spirngs, CO
Carlos Bonfim De Souza Curitiba, Brazil
Fernando Soni Curitiba, Brazil
Jared Wagner Danville, CA
Christopher Chambers Darrozett, TX
Antigone Lowery Denton, TX
Jorge Lopez Denver, CO
Adam Mendenhall Dodge City, KS
Tiffany Ford Dodge City, KS
William Rector Dodge City, KS
Halee Fullerton Elkhart, KS
Stephanie Boaldin Elkhart, KS
Erin Roufosse Gibsons, BC
Kimberlee Breuer Guymon, OK
Cody Tondre Hondo, TX
Ambar Borrego Hugoton, KS
Edith Jimenez-Sianez Hugoton, KS
Emily Slemp Hugoton, KS
Eric Perez Hugoton, KS
Jamee Sewell Hugoton, KS
Kristen Schnittker Hugoton, KS
Marina Vergara Hugoton, KS
Santos Ornelas Hugoton, KS
Yates Musgrove Hugoton, KS
Cory Williams Johnson, KS
Darla Daniels Johnson, KS
Jacob Lorenson Johnson, KS
Josiah Cervantes Kismet, KS
Joshua Dawson Lawton, OK
Jared Broadbent Leedey, OK
Adam Resh Liberal, KS
Alberto Aguilar Liberal, KS
Alexandra Pohorecki Liberal, KS
Anabel Chavez Liberal, KS
Andrea Hart Liberal, KS
Austin Terhune Liberal, KS
Billie Adkison Liberal, KS
Brandy Tran Liberal, KS
Carlos Nunez Liberal, KS
Claudia Cereceres Liberal, KS
Crystal Olivarez Liberal, KS
Cynthia Marquez Liberal, KS
Francisco Mandujano Liberal, KS
Heather Figger Liberal, KS
Jacob Riggs Liberal, KS
Jaiden Lai Liberal, KS
James Powell Liberal, KS
Janae Zachary Liberal, KS
Jasmin Heredia Liberal, KS
Jessica Koch Liberal, KS
Jose Del Real Liberal, KS
Kade Kauk Liberal, KS
Kennedy Conner Liberal, KS
Larissa Arnold Liberal, KS
Lila Reyes Liberal, KS
Luz Hernandez Liberal, KS
Marina Rageth Liberal, KS
Martin Monarrez Liberal, KS
Michelle Rotrock Liberal, KS
Morgan Allaman Liberal, KS
Nadia Rosario Liberal, KS
Natali Toledo Liberal, KS
Preston Johnson Liberal, KS
Robert Doran Liberal, KS
Roberto Sigala Liberal, KS
Shelby Rundell Liberal, KS
Stephanie Piper Liberal, KS
Taryn Westerman Liberal, KS
Tasha Newton Liberal, KS
Teresa Toscano Liberal, KS
Tuyet Truong Liberal, KS
Valarie Musgrave Liberal, KS
Yessenia Pacheco Liberal, KS
Zane Atchley Liberal, KS
Juliana Vilas Boas Mandirituba, Brazil
Brianna Baron Maple Ridge, BC
Vaneza Tomas Junior Maputo, Mozambique
Thaine Whitham Moscow, KS
Diego Abreu Nono Hamburgo, Brazil
Edgar Rosales Perryton, TX
Olivia Valenzuela Perryton, TX
Servanda Sandoval Perryton, TX
Alva De La Torre Plains, KS
Charity Bailey Plains, KS
Daniel Johnson Plains, KS
Norma Sanchez Plains, KS
Courtney Reza Rolla, KS
Lee Barker Satanta, KS
Michael Kuehler Satanta, KS
Claudia Rivero Scott City, KS
Hayden Holub Seymour, TX
Jenna Ginest Stafford, KS
Adam Froelich Sublette, KS
Amanda Avritt Sublette, KS
Meriell Martinez Sublette, KS
Paige Phoenix Sublette, KS
Suzie Boschman Sublette, KS
Alicia Gonzales Thornton, CO
Joshua Carlson Turpin, OK
Laura Davila Turpin, OK
Megan Nickel Turpin, OK
Victoria Jacob Turpin, OK
Yareli Resendiz Turpin, OK
Terri Abernathy Ulysses, KS
Maygan Twilleger Ulysses, KS
Sonia Rodriguez Ulysses, KS
Abby Sleder Wichita, KS
Ami Wang Zi Yang, China
The Part-time Dean’s Honor Roll recognizes those students who complete no less than six nor more than eleven credit hours in courses numbered 100 and above. These students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or greater for honor roll eligibility.
Rebecca Zielke Balko, OK
Dessha Woods Beaver, OK
Terra Hennigh Booker, TX
Sean Martinez Clayton, NM
Lawrence Withers Copeland, KS
Sandra Herman Dodge City, KS
Ronni Anderson Elkhart, KS
Erica De Santos Elkhart, KS
Tonya Livingston Elkhart, KS
Stephanie Sinclair Elkhart, KS
Kayla Boston Elmwood, OK
Amber Padgett Fowler, KS
Courtney Cline Garden City, KS
Dustan Sprowls Garden City, KS
Kacie Abbott Guymon, OK
Teresa Abeyta Guymon, OK
Leah Hillman Guymon, OK
Lexi Honey Guymon, OK
Karen Scott Guymon, OK
Susan Ingland Hooker, OK
Maria Corpening Hugoton, KS
Adriana Dominguez Hugoton, KS
Rex Evans Hugoton, KS
Diana Gill Hugoton, KS
Donice Hale Hugoton, KS
Kacia Hall Hugoton, KS
Heather Haller Hugoton, KS
Brie Heaton Hugoton, KS
Brittany Intres Hugoton, KS
Ana Nunez Hugoton, KS
Joshua Perez Hugoton, KS
Corrissa Redd Hugoton, KS
Deborah Settlemyer Hugoton, KS
Katlynn Shelton Hugoton, KS
Heather Shuck Hugoton, KS
Rusty Tuman Hugoton, KS
Maria Crow Johnson, KS
Tiawna Cayton Keyes, OK
Jennifer Owens Kismet, KS
Maria Aguilar Liberal, KS
Nancy Allen Liberal, KS
Billy Asmussen Liberal, KS
Jeanne Beer Liberal, KS
Kristina Brown Liberal, KS
Adolfo Cardoza Liberal, KS
Maria Carrillo Liberal, KS
Ronda Cordoba Liberal, KS
Liberty Feenstra Liberal, KS
Alexis Franco Liberal, KS
Cedric Franklin Liberal, KS
Hillary Gallagher Liberal, KS
Cesar Garcia Liberal, KS
Louisa Garcia Liberal, KS
Cody Gearhart Liberal, KS
Mariana Gonzalez Liberal, KS
Landon Harp Liberal, KS
Sonia Hernandez Liberal, KS
Emily Jackson Liberal, KS
Edward Kentner Liberal, KS
Maria King Liberal, KS
Katrina Kline Liberal, KS
Darryl Lam Liberal, KS
Kara Lewis Liberal, KS
Ashley Limbocker Liberal, KS
Jose Maldonado Liberal, KS
Elizabeth Mercado Liberal, KS
Juan Mercado Liberal, KS
Ethan Myers Liberal, KS
Marnie Norton Liberal, KS
Juan Peralta Liberal, KS
Kaisha Pittser Liberal, KS
Lorie Rine Liberal, KS
Valerie Rito Liberal, KS
Patricia Rutledge Liberal, KS
Abel Saldivar Liberal, KS
Amanda Sallaska Liberal, KS
Patricia Stegman Liberal, KS
Morgan Todd Liberal, KS
Elva Venegas Liberal, KS
Magalene Wooten Liberal, KS
Lydia Young Liberal, KS
Patricia Isaac Meade, KS
James Jenkins Meade, KS
Quianne Schmidt Meade, KS
Ashleigh Snook Meade, KS
Lance Stoltzfus Meade, KS
Destanee Bohl Moscow, KS
Joshua Dunn Moscow, KS
Gwendolyn Friesen Moscow, KS
Anthony Hernandez Moscow, KS
Dustin Johnson Moscow, KS
Jace Moore Moscow, KS
Taylor Roop Moscow, KS
Allison Stokes Moscow, KS
Laura Anaya Perryton, TX
Melissa Glass Perryton, TX
Cindy Zapien Perryton, TX
Kaylee Amerin Plains, KS
Holly Brown Plains, KS
Lindsay Garinger Plains, KS
Juliana Herrera Plains, KS
Kayla Lynn Plains, KS
Vivian Olvera Plains, KS
Sandra O'Toole Plains, KS
Channing Pepper Plains, KS
Cheryl Rickers Plains, KS
Jessica Stout Plains, KS
Erica Trejo Plains, KS
Kelly Carroll Poteau, OK
Hugh Long Rolla, KS
Joshua Towner Rolla, KS
Jayce Apsley Satanta, KS
Kendal Clawson Satanta, KS
Naura Harlow Satanta, KS
Nichole Hill Satanta, KS
Shelby Hill Satanta, KS
Vesta Kunselman Satanta, KS
Kiley Walters Satanta, KS
Tiffany Wallace Shaker Heights, OH
Brandi Anderson Sublette, KS
Aja Ardery Sublette, KS
Kodi Brown Sublette, KS
Tyler Bruce Sublette, KS
Colborne Bucl Sublette, KS
Brett Holloway Sublette, KS
Emily Lucas Sublette, KS
Suzanna Mayhew Sublette, KS
Veronica Mendez Sublette, KS
Damon Simmons Sublette, KS
Mallory Weidner Sublette, KS
Destiny Thrash Texhoma, OK
Melissa Duerson Turpin, OK
Twyla Gearhart Turpin, OK
Cory Rash Turpin, OK
Farrah Robinson Turpin, OK
Adam Hickey Tyrone, OK
Wesley Horton Tyrone, OK
Lindy King Tyrone, OK
Andrew Potter Tyrone, OK
Shelley Schupman Tyrone, OK
Lyndsey White Tyrone, OK
Anita Alvarado Ulysses, KS
Ryan Benyshek Ulysses, KS
San Juanita Contreras Ulysses, KS
Kelsey Cook Ulysses, KS
Calista Curl Ulysses, KS
Ruth Edwards Ulysses, KS
Flor Galindo Ulysses, KS
Amber Kissell Ulysses, KS
Stephanie Lopez Ulysses, KS
Keenan Mitchell Ulysses, KS
Buddie Neatherlin Ulysses, KS
Jacob Pfingsten Ulysses, KS
Courtney Pucket Ulysses, KS
Noelia Reyes Contreras Ulysses, KS
Heather Wagner Ulysses, KS
Lavon Wright Ulysses, KS

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School is partnering with University of Kansas Continuing Education, the KU Alumni Association, and the Dole Institute of Politics to present broadcasts of a series of four programs to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth.
The series will begin at 4 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 8, and will feature “Abraham Lincoln: 200 Years.” The lecture will be held in the Hobble Academic Building, room SW229 CD.
Other programs will include:
Tuesday, Feb. 17, 7:30 p.m.: “Lincoln: A Life”
Featured Speaker: Michael Burlingame
Room: SW 229 C&D

Tuesday, March 3, 7:30 p.m.: “A. Lincoln”
Featured Speaker: Ronald C. White, Jr.
Room: SW 229 C&D

Tuesday, March 10, 7:30 p.m.: “Lincoln’s Challenging 1864 Re-election Campaign”
Featured Speaker: Jennifer L. Weber
Room: S214EW

For more information about the series or the speakers, visit

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School is inviting the public to a come and go brunch, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 15, in the SCCC/ATS Student Union, 1801 N. Kansas, Liberal. The cost is $6 per person and includes student entertainment.